Humanity - 
      Jonathan Glover

Humanity

the Recent Moral History

An examinating of the history and morality of the twentieth century, which explores the human psychology that conceived, executed or facilitated the greatest atrocities of the century. Les mer
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An examinating of the history and morality of the twentieth century, which explores the human psychology that conceived, executed or facilitated the greatest atrocities of the century.
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Forlag: Pimlico
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 480
ISBN: 9780712665414
Format: 23 x 15 cm
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«Superbly argued, and always accessible, Humanity is an essential guide to modern catastrophe. Few books interrogate our recent moral history so directly or profoundly, or provide such a civilized analysis of the never-ending atrocity exhibition.»

, Independent on Sunday

«Jonathan Glover's Humanity deserves classic status and the widest readership.»

, History Today

«A stimulating new book... written with understanding and exceptional lucidity... Glover's analysis is thoughtful and penetrating.»

, Sunday Telegraph

«Highly readable and accomplished.»

, Sunday Times

«A book which as many people as possible ought to read... An indispensable work of reference.»

, Prospect
Jonathan Glover is Director of the Centre of Medical Law and Ethics at King's College London. his previous books include Responsibility, Causing Death and Saving Lives, What Sort of People Should There Be? and I: Philosophy and Psychology of Personal Identity. He chaired a European Commission Working Party on the ethics of assisted reproduction.